Greek Financial Experts Consider Yogurt Standard

ATHENS, GREECE – Facing the possibility of defaulting on national loans and even potentially leaving the Eurozone, Greek financial experts announced Thursday that they are heavily considering moving to a yogurt standard. “People usually think of three things when they think of Greece: old buildings, mythology, and yogurt,” said Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis, who noted that although the country only has until June before its €240 billion bailout deal expires, worldwide Greek yogurt sales are booming. “We are confident that switching to a yogurt standard will allow Greece to pay back its European creditors in no time.” Varoufakis added that if the rest of the Eurozone doesn’t approve of the switch, there’s still enough time to work out a deal in the traditional gyro.